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sbs 2003 std need to public folders in offline

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when i  connect to the sbs i can see than is there a way that i can see them when i offline
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You need to have Outlook running in Cached Exchange Mode, and then configure each Public Folder as a Public Folder Favourite: http://windowsitpro.com/article/articleid/45350/using-outlook-2003-cached-exchange-mode.html.

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